Lloyd McCullough of Little Thetford exhibits his digital artwork in a London gallery between 13 December 2011 and 20 January 2012 supported by the UK charity, Sense. Thirty year old Lloyd, who trained at Anglia-Ruskin University, Cambridge, has Usher syndrome. He has been deaf since birth and is gradually losing his sight. This has not stopped his dedication to a visual art which he produces digitally on specially adapted computer equipment. The exhibition titled Secret Window is at the Reading Room Gallery, 65-66 Frith Street,
Soho, London W1D 3JR which is open Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm.
Photographer Ian Treherne, who has Usher too, joins Lloyd at this two-man exhibition.
- ThogusArt Lloyd’s web site will be re-launched for the exhibition
- ‘Secret Window’ – a free London exhibition by two young deafblind artists Sense UK press release
- Lloyd shows inner vision as work is exhibited in London gallery Cambridge Evening News 6 December 2011, p. 10
- The Reading Room, London. See here for location map
- Deafblind artists give unique vision of the world The Independent Thursday 8 December 2011
- Press Association release
Update: 8 December 2011—added link to The Independent article